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By Snowman_guy ·
I'm trying to setup a computer on a LAN network with Outlook 2000. When I try to check the name in the properties, an error message pops up and tell me that my Microsoft Exchange Address Book can't log onto my Microsoft Exchange Server. Everythingelse is connected fine, but the computer acts like it doesn't even want to try.

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by Snowman_guy In reply to Support for Outlook 2000

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by rgrowcock In reply to Support for Outlook 2000

Two things for you to try, one easy, one a pain. Try adding the service pack if you haven't already done it. Or try to uninstall and re-install. I've had a little trouble myself with Outlook 2K, and usually uninstalling and re-installing will take care of it. Not much help, but I hope it will help.

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by tring In reply to Support for Outlook 2000

Check out this link for some additional help. Essentially, you need to modify the registry settings to reflect the proper RPC Binding order (which is determined by the protocols that you are using) This page has good explanations and examples based on various OS. http://www.cgnet.com/Exchange/ts.htm

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by Mike (from Canada) In reply to Support for Outlook 2000

why use Outlook? use a web-based email provider.

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